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Definitely better than their 2000s chart, that's for sure.
Good chart - a lot of my favourites are on there
Surprisingly good list, though plenty to disagree with. 90s were great.
I totally think Yankee foxtrot Hotel should be in the top 100, but I don't think Nirvana should be in any of these lists. I swear, Nirvana is one of the most overrated bands in the world. Why so many people care about Nirvana and not that many people care about Teenage Fanclub is beyond me.
Actually not that bad, but you can't have a serious 90s chart without Alice in Chains and Pantera. Landmarks for grunge and metal respectively. If you include many rap albums, which I don't listen to but am ok with, you must also include metal
Rolling Stone one again. Just populists.
Im not angry. Just dissapointed
I love how much hate Rolling Stone gets as if they were the cause of all things terrible.
This is actually a decent list, apart from U2 being in the top 10. Firstly, In Utero should actually be higher! It's better than Ten and Achtung put together. And why is everyone calling for Dookie? How is Dookie better than Definitely Maybe, Superunknown, and Different Class?
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